Hillside Church of Christ in Greenville, TX

Serving God.
Serving People.

Hillside church of Christ is a group of believers located in Greenville, Texas. Devoted to truth, committed to obedience, and clinging to hope.

Worship

What to Expect

Our services may look different than others – no bands or choirs, for example – but that’s because we take our cues straight from God’s Word. 

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Contacts & Members

You’ll find people from every walk of life at Hillside, but the one thing that binds us all is our devotion to God. If that’s your goal, you’ll find a home with us.

God’s Love

Beliefs and History

None of us deserve mercy from God, but just because it’s freely given doesn’t mean we live however we want. Our lives are modeled by obedience and love.

We love connecting with people who want to connect with God.

Many churches claim to be a family, but at Hillside, we work hard to embody that every single day. We sing and we pray; we laugh and we cry; we love, we warn, and we teach – just like a family should.

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Brady Cook - April 4, 2021

Seven Miles in the Dark

The two men on the road to Emmaus were willing to run seven miles in the dark once they realized they had been speaking with the Risen Savior. Will we have the same response when we come face to face with the truth?

 

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We share God’s love in various ways in our homes, local community, and throughout the world.

When Jesus was asked about the two greatest commandments, His response was simple: “Love the Lord with all your heart, soul, and mind…and love your neighbor as yourself” (Matthew 22:36-40). With that in mind, our goal is to fulfill both of those commandments by putting our love into action every single day.

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“And For Him, You Kill the Fatted Calf!”

Without a doubt, one of Jesus’ greatest parables (or at least most well-known) would be the one found in Luke 15 about the Prodigal Son. We love putting ourselves in the shoes of the one that departed and has found their way home after a long and soul-sucking sojourn, only to have the father that we refused receive us with open arms. Grace is found only in the abode of our Father, and is available us whenever we get homesick. What we don’t enjoy so much is putting ourselves in the position of the second son, the one who initially

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The Humanity of Idolatry in the Bible

Baal. Zeus. Ashteroth. Hermes. Call them what you want, but they all have one thing in common: their uselessness. However, that certainly did not stop people from worshipping them for hundreds and even thousands of years. Great monuments and ornate temples were set up every day to pay homage to these images, giving respect to an inanimate object, and honor to a worthless display. To the idolater, the appeal of these false deities had, for all those years, seemed otherworldly, a force that is  beyond comprehension of a mortal mind. Yet when we look at these objects from a purely

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Nine Reasons You Should NOT Skip Bible Genealogies

There’s a story of an old Scots minister who was reading from the first chapter of Matthew’s gospel. He started reading, “Abraham begat Isaac, and Isaac beget Jacob, and Jacob begat Judah,” and he looked on ahead and saw the list to follow and said, “and they kept on begetting one another all the way down this page and halfway into the next.” Unfortunately, I think that’s the way most of us view genealogies: this person begat that person who begot that person, and then eventually (finally) the chapter’s over. If you didn’t outright skip the entire list, at the

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